PRESS RELEASE – The Wisconsin Woodchucks announce today the latest addition to Athletic Park, The Bullpen, which plans to open in time for the first game of the season. Located down the first baseline, The Bullpen will occupy 6,500 square feet and will be open for all home games to single game buyers or small groups. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – The Wisconsin Woodchucks will announce Phase 2 of their renovation project today with a press conference at 2:00 p.m. at Athletic Park. Pictures will be released at that time. Phase 2 will include a new Full-Service concession stand, a new group outing area and restrooms, and a complete renovation of the bleacher seating along the third base side of Athletic Park. Continue reading
The summer collegiate Wisconsin Woodchucks (Northwoods League) held their home opener Friday night in front of 1,751 at newly renovated Athletic Park in Wausau (WI). The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters defeated the Woodchucks 8-4 to keep the home team winless at 0-4, but let’s focus on the ballpark renovations designed by Pendulum! View Twitter photos here. View the old Athletic Park here.
The renovations being done to the historic Wausau (WI) home of the summer collegiate Wisconsin Woodchucks (Northwoods League) are nearing completion. We’ve always loved Athletic Park as it was, but these improvements should take the franchise to a whole new level. The Woodchucks home opener is scheduled for Friday, May 30. View renderings from Pendulum here.
A completely new grandstand, retail store, luxury suites, larger seats and more bathrooms are among the improvements to Athletic Park that will be revealed May 30 on opening day of the summer collegiate Wisconsin Woodchucks (Northwoods League) baseball season in Wausau (WI). Read more here. View construction photos here.
I have been traveling to various ballparks this summer with each one giving me a different perspective. They are three older facilities that are a combined 220-years-old and are home to collegiate wood baseball leagues that could be the future of older ballparks in North America. Older ballparks can still be great places for entertainment and with proper management Continue reading